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topic said:   Has anyone had any luck getting big CLIs through Citi? They seem a bit stingier than other major CCs
  i noticed Citi started allowing the online no-inquiry automatic CLI requests again last year.  They do have a max total CL line they set for you though (don't know the eqn ).  And I bumped into that last year.   The request CLI form on the citi website will tell you if there's a credit inquiry or not when you go to that page.  Usually I got ~20% of CL on each card every 6 months until it hits the limit for combined CL.

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I'm not a Citi junkie by any means. DW and I both have a few $30K lines with them. I'm not sure if that fits your criteria for big lines or not.

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Yup... The card opened at $4k, I've requested CLI multiple times without a hard pull but still stuck at $5k. It's enough for everyday spend though.

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Any suggestions for credit union based CCs for 0% BTs?

I'm pretty well full up on the major banks -- Amex, Barclays, BOA, CapOne, Chase, Citi, Discover, USAA, WF. I may go for First Tennessee and / or TD.

I've got a lot of the "regular" FWF CU cards -- Alliant, NASA, Navy, Patelco (ETA PenFed) plus some smaller / local CUs. I'd like to venture in to more CUs that are open to most / all. I've got great credit right now, low utilization, no recent inquiries, decent HH income.

I'm not looking for points / cash back, but that is always a plus, of course. I'm looking for larger lines -- $25K or greater is my Target (I have several of these already, so not breaking new ground with this effort) CUs that offer PLOCs in addition are also a plus.

Any / all suggestions are welcome!

ETA:  I have several Elan based CU CCs, so I'm not too interested in those.  I also have a few PSCU based cards, so not too interested in those either.  Sorry to be picky, but that's the life of us junkies.  

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Do you already have Penfed? They do larger CC lines and Plocs.

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Yes. Good suggestion otherwise...

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DoC on Twitter has been hot with that kind of thing including a CU that rebates up to 3% of BT. Not sure that I understand it enough to link here.
That CU rebating BTs.   BUT not sure of BT terms.  be cautious.

https://twitter.com/Drofcredit/status/757929748500578304 

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